Indian court says 'nothing wrong in PK'

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a plea filed against flick ‘PK’ directed by Raj Kumar Hirani, starring Aamir Khan, saying ‘the film was not offensive’.

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According to India media, a division bench of chief justice G. Rohini and justice R.S. Endlaw refused to entertain the plea which sought ban on the film for alleged derogatory remarks against Hindu gods, Hindu beliefs, faith and worship in the movie.

The bench said: “What was wrong in the movie? We don’t find anything offensive in it. We don’t find any substance in the plea.”

The court said it will pass a detailed order on the plea later. The petition, filed by a citizen argued that the film made mockery of Hindu god and Lord Shiva was shown in bad light.

“The Hindu way of worship has also been criticised in a most unwarranted manner,” he alleged.

Additional Solicitor General Sanjay Jain appearing for the Centre opposed the plea, saying similar matter came before the Supreme Court which had rejected it.

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Indian court says 'nothing wrong in PK'

by Azhar Khan